Don’t let your feet determine where you go, what you do, or what you wear. At Shenandoah Podiatry, we understand how frustrating it can be if your normal life gets interrupted by foot trouble. That’s why we combine advanced treatment technology with highly trained, friendly staff to provide treatment for injuries and disorders of the foot, toenails, and ankle in a relaxing atmosphere.
Foot and Heel Pain
Foot pain can quickly take away your active lifestyle and leave you missing things you used to enjoy. At Shenandoah Podiatry, we like to stay active ourselves, so we understand how difficult that can be. Many people are anxious about going to the doctor, so they choose to just live with foot pain—but foot and heel pain treatment may be quicker and less involved than you realize.
Skin and Nails
From conditions that keep you from being active to conditions that keep you wearing closed-toe shoes, we understand that foot trouble can be frustrating. We also know a visit to the doctor can be intimidating, leading many people to just live in discomfort. That’s where the Shenandoah Podiatry difference comes in. We make every effort to avoid a traditional “doctor’s office” feel. Instead, we provide a relaxing environment where patients get educated about their diagnosis and options.
Whether you’re a weekend warrior who plays sports part-time, a professional athlete who makes a living by playing, or somewhere in between, getting taken out of the game by a foot injury is incredibly frustrating. But no matter your skill level, you don’t have to live with pain. At Shenandoah Podiatry, we’ve helped plenty of athletes recover from sports injuries like ankle sprains, stress fractures, turf toe, and much more, and we’re ready to help you!
We tend to think of foot problems as something that only comes about with age, but in reality, children are often affected by the same foot issues adults are. When problems arise, though, they must be addressed early on. The experienced staff at Shenandoah Podiatry can address the issue with your child's feet and educate you about all possible treatment options.